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This paper explores the design space for shared intimate experience of Brain Computer Interaction (BCI) for mirror processes and reflection. Two experiments in BCI-mediated Artistic Social Labs, in which participants (actors and observers), interact withmulti-modal representations of EEGs of kissing, provide new insights on the design of disruption and engagement for reflection, providing new forms of mirroring in shared space. These results are fundamental to the social construction of BCI based, trans-human embodied cognitionand relations, as well as for future BCI communication design and mirror-processes.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRIXC gallerija Riga (ed.) Acoustic Space Volume: Virtualities and realities
Subtitle of host publicationNew experiences, art and ecologies in immersive environments
PublisherRiga’s Center for New Media 
Culture RIXC / Art Research Laboratory of Liepaja University
Volume17
Publication statusPublished - 2019

    Research areas

  • Haptic connection, participatory performance, digital synaesthic interface, distributed touch, mirroring, vulnerability, merging realities, public space

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